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Do you love to feel inspired? Soaps to Live By was created to evoke that feeling of inspiration, excitement and joy. Whether you’re using our handcrafted inspirational soaps in the shower first thing in the morning, when you wash your hands after a long day, or when you walk by your sink and glance at the inspirational word on each bar, each soap was designed as a gift of inspiration throughout your day.
We welcome you to a look around and find a soap, or a few, that speak to you!
Each organic bar soap is handcrafted from natural and organic ingredients like moisturizing coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, pure essential oils, and organic and natural ingredients that nurture your skin and your soul. Each batch is hand poured, hand mixed and hand cut with love right here in the USA.
We are big into sustainability. We use as many organic ingredients as possible and our palm oil is sourced from sustainable sources. Our labels are made from “biostone” and are fully compostable and biodegradable (and since they are made from stone and not trees, our environment is not harmed). We’ve even partnered with Trees for the Future to plant a tree for every soap we sell. Our goal is to plant at least 10,000 trees per year and, with your help, we can do it!
You’ll never find anything artificial in our organic soaps!
Andreea Ayers founded Soaps to Live by in June 2013. She wanted to combine her passion for organic & eco-friendly products and her dedication to giving back with her commitment to always staying inspired and finding joy in everyday things!
Andreea is a serial entrepreneur – in 2007 she founded the eco-friendly inspirational t-shirt company Tees for Change and in 2011 she started helping other entrepreneurs dream big and launch & grow their product businesses. You can see her other project at www.LaunchGrowJoy.com.
Andreea lives in beautiful Boulder, CO with her husband and three kids and she loves spending time hiking the amazing mountains in CO, doing yoga, connecting with other entrepreneurs and running through the sprinklers with her kids (seriously).